Bulletin of Economic Research

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Edited By: Francis Breedon, Sarah Brown, Alan Krause, Gulcin Ozkan and Klaus G. Zauner

Impact Factor: 0.333

ISI Journal Citation Reports © Ranking: 2013: 263/332 (Economics)

Online ISSN: 1467-8586

Overview



Aims and Scope


The Bulletin of Economic Research is an international journal publishing articles across the entire field of economics, econometrics and economic history. The Bulletin contains original theoretical, applied and empirical work which makes a substantial contribution to the subject and is of broad interest to economists. We welcome submissions in all fields and, with the Bulletin expanding in new areas, we particularly encourage submissions in the fields of experimental economics, financial econometrics and health economics.


In addition to full-length articles the Bulletin publishes shorter refereed articles, notes and comments; authoritative survey articles in all areas of economics and special themed issues.


Keywords


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